MARCUS BARNETT X TREEBOX

8th April 2017

At any time we have numerous projects on the go but it’s always a highlight to team up with leading architecture and landscape companies to help bring their ideas to reality. Recently we had the opportunity to work with multi award winning landscape architecture firm Marcus Barnett on a special project in the city. Here’s what leading […]

OUR TOP 5 LIVING WALL DESIGNS

8th February 2017

Last year we installed over 960 sqm of living walls and 130 sqm of ivy screen! That’s around 5 tennis courts of vertical urban greening! We created habitat for wildlife, clean air for us to breathe, a place for us to relax, contemplate and think, a natural rainwater storage system, a place to grow organic […]

ARBITRARY AUTUMNAL FOLIAGE

11th October 2016

Ever wondered why some years your garden triumphs with autumnal displays and other years seems to lack lustre? Well just like us plants are susceptible to the changing moods the weather can bring too. The science behind it is quite simple…chlorophyll makes leaves green, in summer chlorophyll production is high but as the weather begins […]

LIVING WALL THIEF

3rd October 2016

If you’re a Holborn local or a regular commuter through the area you may have noticed our Livingbox project going through a few face lifts the last couple of months. The project was created back in February when we teamed up with savvy urban innovators Public Space Jam and contemporary artist Andrea Tyrimos to transform […]

UNIVERSITY BUILDING IS GREEN INSIDE & OUT

22nd September 2016

Treebox has been working hard the last few months with BPR Architects and Middlesex University to ensure the new Ritterman Building is ready ahead of the new academic year. The five storeys will provide a state of the art teaching space for the School of Science & Technology, Art & Design and Media & Performing […]

HOW VERTICAL URBAN FARMING CAN PROVIDE GREENER DINNER TABLES WORLDWIDE.

2nd September 2016

With world population set to reach eight billion people in 2020, meeting our growing food demands will require innovative out of the box thinking…. The answer may lie closer to home than you might imagine. Our buildings may provide the farmable space we require to feed us all. Imagine a world where we can harvest […]

TREEBOX AT RHS TATTON 2016!

2nd September 2016

This vibrant living wall design explores the opportunities for and expansion of green infrastructure in today’s society. Visitors are invited to explore the various elements of vertical design, becoming submerged in the aesthetics of the cascading greenery while also acknowledging how modern technology and renewable energy can combine to enhance urban environments. The concept for […]

PROTECTING YOUR LIVING WALLS FROM THE DEADLY PEST – VINE WEEVIL

23rd June 2016

Lately, living walls have become a fashion statement in architectural design. Being a part of the building or freestanding, it is a sustainable innovation and looks great. So, what is living walls? Living Walls (aka Green Walls) are greenery-filled vertical gardens attached to the interior or exterior of buildings. Concerning the green facades (i.e. the […]

TREEBOX AT ARDE THIS JUNE!

27th April 2016

Leading London-based Design Studio Echlin is curating the “LIVING” room concept in collaboration with Treebox and bespoke luxury rug designer Deidre Dyson to be launched at the first ArDe Architecture & Design Fair at Somerset House in June. Echlin has developed this concept for the south wing Portico Rooms and river-fronting balcony which is intended […]

TREEBOX X SGD

8th March 2016

“State of Flux: Capturing the ephemeral in contemporary gardens and landscape will examine gardens and natural spaces that are deliberately temporary and naturally impermanent.” Treebox will be sponsoring the Society of Garden Designers Spring Conference this year which focuses on impermanent features in contemporary gardens and landscapes. Exploring the subject will be a panel of […]